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Knights of Pythias,
Newberry Lodge No. 75.
S A T MD CONVENTIONS OF
th-i4 L(ge will ble li the 2nd
aul 4th Tiusday nights of each monti
at 7.30. Vislitig Knight,s cordilly
welcomed. 1110S. E. 1PTIN0,
K. of It. and S
crotvell iHotel luildilf,.
NKIIliItiIY OTYTON M 1AltT.
(Corrected twice a week by J. W. Oiry & Co;)
January 15, 1901.
Best...... ........................ 9 c
NEWB5ERUY MARIHTr
Corrected every Tuesday and P'riday
by Summer Bros.
M oat... ............. ... . . . ........ 7(a8t
Shoulders ......................... 7e.
H airs................... ............. 12(< l3c.
Best Lard ............... .......... oof)lo .
Best Molasses, eev erop...... 601
Good Molasse ............ ....... )'(a-50(
C orn ............... . ...... ..........
M eal ....... . . ......... .......... f650
H ay................ . . ....... ........ .. .
Wheat Beal........ ........... $1.15
1st Patent Flom .................. $4 75
2nd Be,t 10'1our...... ... ....... $4.25.
Strait Flour........................ $4.00.
Good Ordinary [Plou............3.00a 3 75
SLIga ........... . .........
R ICO .................................... 5(t8ic.
Coffou ................................. 10 a )5c.
Cotton seed meal, 1r.v sack... $1.25.
Loose Hulls, per cwt.............. 30c.
IJo,untry rrmtue
Butter, pe - lb ..................... 15(a20c.
U1ggs, per dozeno................ 22c.
Ubic'ket'. each...................5(<25e.
Peas, pe. hushel............... 75c.
Corn, per bushiel.. .............. 60c.
Oats, lie bushel......... ........ 35i;40c.
Sweet po6atoes ................... 6(kq7.5c.
Turkeys, per lb ............... 6(5> 8c.
P4odder, per cwt ..................5(a?"c.
Fresh Tennessee Hams at 10e per
pound at A. M. Teague's Market. it
Telephono butntcriI,'r
Pleaste add to your list:
mcWhirter, C. C , slore, No :.
Spearman, 10. G., rusidence, No ti9
Aull, L B , residenco, No 107.
Rhoden, David, residence, No. U31.
And oblige,
2t L W FLOYD.
Rog attired Pupplen.
Five setter puppies for st'e. For
particulars call on F'. A Golden, at
Mimnaugh's store
wianted.
To sell our complete stock of mate
rMal for building wagons and buggies.
Also, all tools and equipments of a lirst
class blacksmith shop Full partict
lars and terms given upon tipplication.
Tin., CAROLINA MF'. CO ,
f&t 4t. N-wberry, S. C.
For Stile.
One litte young ox well broke. Apply
to Tuos. F. HARMON.
8t
Clark's 200-yd. Spool Cotton, 2 spools
for 5c., at S. J. Wooten's. tf.
Lifinbor, Shingles, Doors and Sash
at lowest prices, by 11. C. Cantion. t ly
Landi For Sale,
Valuable Lands for sale loca ed partly
within the corp)or~ate limIts of the town
of Newber'ry. WVill be sold as a whole
or in lots or parcels to suit putrchasers.
For further iniformation apply to J.
1al on H-. C. Cannon for all kinds of
Lube, Shingles, D) ors aLnd S".sh. tly
1)lngh,te-r of t.he C,,i, federacmy.
The Dray ton Rut,herfor'd Chapter,
Daughters of the Con federacy will meet
at the borne of the President, Mrs.
Robert D. Wright~ to-morrow ('Wed ne
day) afternoon at 4 o'clock. A full at
tendance is desired.
Miss Eli".beth Dmuolnick,
Secretary.
Old Soldh,r's sexpe:ro..c...
M. M. AusI in, a ci vii war veteran, of
Winchester, hId.. wrlites: "My ife
was sick a long Itime in sti te of' goodl
doctor's t re'atment1, but. was whtol ly
cured by [Dr. Kinig's New LIfe PIlls,
which worked wondl(ers for her heoal th."'
They always (1o. Try themi. Only 25e
at all dIruggIsts.
(Geungo I). TItleni,n V.'ry I t.
Col. .Jameos II. TI llga' last niight re
eoived a telegram and a letter frnm
Clark's [Hill, both saying that. his fathor
was much worse and would hardly be
able to survive. This will be sad new's
to "Uncle George's" many friends in
the city. Col. TI'llmran wIll await a re
ply to a telegram scrit last night~ before
going to Clark's Hi1l.-The State, Jan
uary 14i.
PepsIn p)reparations often fail to re
lieve indigest,ion because they can
digest only albujminous foods. There
-is one preparat,ion thlat, dlisests all clas
- ses of food, and that Is Kodol Dyspepsla
Cure. It cures the worst eases of in
digestion and gives instant relief, for
It digests what.y ou cat. Gilder's Cor
* nor Drug Store.
OJan t Keuep Up Wtrta. Newbervry.
Newborry!s first rural mail delivery
route will begin on Jan 15. Congreoss
man Ltmer secured the route. It
serves a section herclofore short on
mail facilitlos.-Spartan burg Free
Lanee, January 11.
The Free Lance is considerably be
hind the times, as Newberr'y hais had
rural mall delivery routes for about
two y.ears.
6loo Heward 6100.
The readers of ti pnpor will be plased'to
learni t hat there Is at leasit, one dlreadled dis
(IasO that Bcencelo has boonl lbie to cure In ailt
Its statges, and that Is (Catarrn. Hall's Catarrh
Cure i the only posIi.ve cure knlownI to the
medleal fraternIty. Catarrh being a constt
tutional disese, requirei a constitut,ional
treatment,. H all's Oatarrh Core Ila t akn In.
ternally, actIng diretly upon the blend and
mucous surfaces of t he system, t here by de
stroying the foundatIon of the di-ea e, and
p.. gIvIng tile pattont stro gill by buIldIng tip theo
eon titution and astilng nature in coling its
Ki\ work The prop)rletors have so much fai'l hin
" .11t onra't,ve powers, that1 theOy offer One ilun
drod Dollare.for anyv case teat it fails to euro.
8end for lIst of testimonlals. Address
F'. J. CH E~NEY & 00., Toledo, 0
Sold by druggists, prio7Sc.
HalP1s FamIly Pills are t,he best.
VABIIOUS AND ALL ABOUT.
See Notice of Administrators sale.
See notice of stray mule in another
column.
Mrs. A ). Timmerman, of Dyson, is
v!sitipg relatives hero.
Miss Nannie MaIgum, of Itugby, N.
C., is visiing at 110leva.
Sr. Matthews, of Saluds, is visiting
his son, Mr. B. C. Matthews.
Miss Ida Burton, of the county, is
visiting at Mr. R. C. Perey's.
Mr. Ed wit A. Carlisle will leave on
Thursday for a business trip to Atlanta.
Ars. Lillie Russ, of I [endersonville,
N. C., is stoppiiL, at Mrs. Willie RuIl's.
Prof. and Mrs. T. 1). Jones are in
the city visiting relatives and friends.
Mr. W. T. Davis, of No'[th CUrolina,
Is on a visit to his nephew Mr. C. C.
Davis.
Mr. A. T. Brown has gone West and
will bring back with him a fine lot of
ules.
A C. Jones, of Newberry, Is in
own-SairDanburg Uaily Journal, Jan
ulary 10
Mr. J. lo, Norment, traveling tepre
sentat,ive for the News and Courier is
in) town.
,Miss Fanc!e McCaugbrin, a.'er vis
i0t.g f,ends ) i C. inUn, returned 10
Newbe%Iy today.
Hon Geo. S Mowe -, ater spending
Sathirday and Sunday at bome, ret oied
to his dues at Columbia yesterd ty.
Mr. J. C. Myers left on Saurday for
Lexington, Ky., where he goes to
pIurchhase a carload of mules and horses.
Mr. A. M. Teague has opkned a mar
ket where Up-To-Date Laundry wai
and will fu1imsh tirst-cIass 1eIa's at
lowest prices.
We publish in anotbhr column of this
paper notice of the opening of books of
subscription to the Newberry Steani
Laundry Comipany-Read it.
Miss Sallie Jones, of Dyson, after
spending a few days in the city with
Mres. E. It. Aull went to Columbia Sun
day to visit her. aunt, Mrs. Campbell.
The long-talked-of trolley cars of
Greenville, M. C., have at last been put
in motion, and made tb-ir Irial trip
Saturday. It was a Gala day for Creen
Ville.
Among tlhe visitors to the library
during the past week were Mistei Hel
en Sheppard, of Edgefield, Mary Nance
Fa'r and Neville Pope of Newberry.
Tne State, Jan. 14.
M.,s James A. Boweis, who has been
v,e;ting relat,lvs In the city, leaves for
C'intou Wednesday whee she w;0l
,11eoid awhile before retu;,ifl11 to her
bome in At lanta, Ga.
Mr. John McCollotigh the newly
clcAted street ove,sece r'cs'gned on
Fr day. MAuyoc KIetlner appointed
Capt. Jackson, to fil the place unt'l an
election can be bed.
Mr. Thomas J. Thompson, of New
berry, has been employed by M. W.
Bobo. lie is in the di'y goods depart
ment.-The Union Times, Jan. 11.
The ltt:le son of Mr. Wi'lham 1il.noek
was r'idllng a hor-se to wat,o,, the lai ter
p)art of lust weed, wh:en it ji)-nped a
ditch anud threw 'lhe chld kicairig it in
the bead as it fe'). Tne b'ow crushed
his skull causing his dleath.
Mrs. S. M. Redus, of Newberry, is
the guest, of Mr's. E. B. Wilber' on Rail
r'oad Avenue. Mrs. Redus will remain
ini Gafl'ney for several weeki, and Thue
L4edger- hopes they willl be weeks of
genuub e p)leasur'e - The Gainey Ledger.
Messages have been rece'ved an
nioitocinig the sad news of t,he ser'ious
Illness of Admi"al Servera. The coon
t,ry against, whom he carried on his
generomus warfare hope that the. 'r brave
enemy will soon be restoired to h"alth.
Sam Eigner shot a woman with a
pistol in the bottoms last night. The
ball enter'ed the left cheek and had
not, at. last aceounts, been locate-d. The
womin is not serilously hurt. They are
bo0th colored an~d it was one of the usual
'bottom par'leys." Sam did not, ti'y to
escape.
Quite a disastrous snow stormi has
been raging in England for' a njmbher
of days and has resulted in much stuf
fei ing and the loss of many lives. The
rate at which the temperaturo has been
falling for the paOst twc've hours here
would indicate that the cold wave Is
T1reasu rer' Boyd has received I nstr'uc
tion from the Comnpt. oller' Genel'al that
the time for paying t.a:ceis has been
extended to the first, of l"ebruary. The
treasurer urges all pem'sons that have
not paid to do so by the above time as
he wishes to wind up his term In the
ofleo so his successor may hake charge.
For sometime it has been thought
that the Naval Board would recommend
the removal of tbe Naval Statioun from
Port Royal to Charlest on. Now that
this recomlinendation has been made by
the bdard and secretary Long has conx
cur-red with them In the removal It will
be elfected as soon as the necessary ar
rangements can be made.
A CardI of Thaonkm.
Allow me, thbrough the columns of
your' paper to thank t,he good people
for their untiring hel'p during the ill
ness of my father, WV. RI. Hipp. This
kindness wIll ever be remembered by
us. May the Lord richly bless them
all, Is the sIncere desire of
J. J IPP
she Aidmn't Wear a M-eAk.
But her beauty was complet,ely hId
den by sores, blotches and pimples ttil
she used B3ucklen's Ar'nioa Salve. l'beni
they vanIshed as will all Erup' Ions,
Fever Soree, Bolis, Ulcers, Carbuncles
and F.elon,s fr.im Its use. Infallii for
Cute Corni', Burns, Scalds and Piles.
Cure sruaranteed. 25n at all druggists.
PORT.
The Proits Uo Over the Healf a Million
Mark.
[I'he State Jan. 13
Friday Chalir8man1 L. J. Williams,
who had been designated to prepare
the annual report of the board of dI
rectors of the State dispensary, sub
mited that document to the governor
in the shape given below. The mcm
bers of the board are quite proud of the
relport, a1s it shows that the not a11nual
profits have gone to over $566,000. Ifero
is the report:
To His Excellency M. B. McSweeney,
Governor of South Carolina.
We are pleased to have the honor to
submit. to you, and through you to the
general assembly, our report of the
financlal transactions of the dispensary
for the lseal year comiencing Jan
uary 1, 1899, aind ending November 20,
1900, a period covering eleven months.
You will see, by examination of t.he4'
dtai" hereto attaolhed. that our total
plirchases amount!d to $1.4t60,21;,78.
and that outr lotal gros;s sat.b for I e
eleven months were $2,421,8.10.22
The total tiet profits if thv Sat' oni
aecount of Ili sthoo fti, d :1r- sI7qt6.t ,
18. The t-,tal ne' profit, to the votin
bies and towns nre -*298,'66,28. in king
a total net proti to It)he towns, counties
lnd school fund $471,178.45.
The latest, (Isp1ensr1'y act, apprf,ved
Pebruatrv 19, 1900, made our lisctl year
lose on November 30, which makes it
necessary that this report only covers
leven iont,hs; but should we consider
December also, and reckon a wh"-le
yelar,you will finld that. the total net
larnings are for t welve months $566,
-M8,79, whicli is an increase over last
year's prolits of $152,686,95.
We do not attribute thisi phenomeial
ncrease In earnings to any increase in
-onsumption of liquors, but think that
i better feeling towards the dispensary
law bas turned tbe trnde to the dispen
3aries.
Respectf,ily subalitt,ed,
L. J W'llais, Chairman,
A. it. 11. )ukes,
H. 1-. Evans,
Board of Directors.
A V.s1t Im Ne.wbmry.
It gives me pleasure to say good
Ahins about people when they deserve
t, and I can say them of the people
iatle- Methodists in Newberry. I had
ie pleasure of worshipping with them
>n last. Sunday, the first Sunday in the
iew century. Though they are city
'olks, they worship God like old-time
Niethoditti. Or can see that they
iany of them-really enjoy the service
A the sanctuary. I preached to them
Ahe best I could -under the ciscunistan
Ies (my throat was sore) and Brother
Hertiert adminis,ered the sacrament.
[ think, almoet, every Methodist pres
mt to.k the sacrament, and Christ
vas present to bless. The choir sang
.t-atitiful and appropriate songs which
idded very much to the pleasure and
3Iofit, of tile occasion.
I represented the~ Epwort,h Orphan
Ege, and asked those p)resent who could
10 so, to subscribe the cost of a good
substantial iron bed stead for our boys
lormitory. In a few 'seconds we had
lye subscriptions and before I left on
Ntonday had the sixth in sighlt. 1arother
Lierbert,, who never knowvs wheln to
stop in a good cause, says he thinks he
will secure as many as tell before lhe
stop)s. We must have twenty. WVill
not. some other church send tus in a fewv
more subscrlpuobus? Thme cost of 'lne
will not~ exceed $5.00. I trust a few
morIle good pe~ople will responid to this
enl. The beds we now have are the
same f.hat were blought, at the beg2 ilnning
of our institut,ion, and were necessaitiyt
nheap. They are unow about past. ser
vice. Send in your name and $500t at
at. early date, signifyinlg that It, Is for
furnishilng the boys dormitory.
TV. C. 'Dm L L, A ss'r. SUrP'r .
-Southern Christlian Ad vocate, Jan.
10.
Bears th h8Kn You Hays Always Bough'
Signature
A Sigh for Fame.
"What shell I do, lest life in silence
pass?"'
"'And if it (10,
And never promipt the bray of noisy
b)rass,
WVhat need'st. thou mie?
Remember aye the ocean (deeps are mute
The shial'ows roar;
Worth is the ocean.-fam.e is but the
brine
Along the shore."
"WVhat shall I do to be forever knowni?"
"Thy duty ever.'"
"This did full many who yet slept unl
known."
"0, never! never!
Think'st thou perchance that they remain
unkt.own
WVhonm thou kniow'st not?
By anigel truiips in heaven their praise is
blown;
DI)vinie thleir lot."
"What shall I <to to gaini eternal life?
"Discharge aright
The simiple dues with which each day is
rife
Yea, with thy might!
Ere perfect scheme of action thou devise,
Will life be fled.
While he who ever acts as conscience
cries,
Shall live, though dead"
-Sciller, translated by Arthur Hugh
Clonah.
TI1K ASitOAl) T11C.
A 4-inch TrI e itivelpatr Vxpcinsem
D(sen Ntt Cut the iCqtnim.
[Charlotte Observer J
I ISponlse toi a requkest for hIs ol In
ion of broad tires for farl-ImI waigons, Mr.
11. Hlowlald of this city has ma1do the
follow ilig slt atelmenlI,:
"When I took charge of Mr. J. I.
Iolliild's fariml, It (,owe.ll, eight, years
t.o, he had three old wilgons tihrowln
aside bccaulse thle wheels were not
worlh vepairini. I took thenm to tIhe
shop and had 0he wheels cut down six
inches an( it foir-inc(h tire put on, and
then used them cotinually for live
years, hauling logs and rock off floni a
moun11taii and for general farm work,
without aIty firther expense for re
pairs.
"My farin voads instead of beiig Cut
up full of ris aind holes were paICked)
iarld and simio,thl aill of the time. I
Could hulm Inaliie with t.llemi when I
coulidn't get. tut. oin the land with the
stelron lire. I iliod, whlen tln.0, Ihey
1I 1tich oi: vol Ilhe faint thanl i
10T. -1 i -MV-.i ' w W lt- ard.' IUeh n1o0 '
''W ilvil I first lhad it dono tIhe Ieigl
bof ., it-e1uiil tme of bwil'! at f,ol, said .1
would kill iyiv si ek, that I coild not
uste Iho-e wa-mlo.s on the farmI.
"'Last s1umme1r I wils inl t,he Same
neighborhoodt aid foinld t.hat ILI the
inille-ls aroind there had had their
wagols I Xed in t lie .'aIme way anIld t heir
wheels were in) good condition.
"'Last spring Ii lnd nit old wal"g'n that,
I coldn1't keep tihe- tire Oil Ulte wheel.
I took it, to the Shop idil had it cut
dowlt 4 six inche-s and a thiee anld one
hljltf inch tire pot oil and it has given
ine Ito 111010 tioule. I have anothur
wagon l ats I Shall have fixed im the
slle way neIxt s1wrng.
"I lind that, for ordiniary farIm use,
with wihat IIauiling a favmer 11111rally
liuts t' do on tile road, It I IreC-and-one
half or four-inch Ire is far supuri.or to
anyl. ti iig iairower ail thliat they are
mutch vhvapc after youl once get tiel
fixed and they will 'ist, as long its (neC
ManD lives t) use them."
Tll V'ioloem N igut Airem,.
"f)11Iight, imy t,ro'l r hly %was
tatk \ wit h Croup," wri.es i\lrs. .1 C.
niidler, of ('riitetitici, Ky., "it set-lited
it woUld stratn1gle b-fe we cOUhd get It
doctor, so we gave it Dr. King's New
IDiscovery, wihich gave quick relief and
pvI noama ntliy criled it. We lwa\li.y4 ket p
it, in the himms to protect oIr ehiildrenm
from i rollp at it Whooping Goigh. It
e1rdttl me il of i chrolid. broichial t rouble
that, no4 o1,1the remIedy Would releive.",
Infallible for Coughs, Colds Throat
and Lung trtitbles. .50c and $1.00. Trial
bottle free it aill druggist.s.
At tihe Operat 1omio.
The suecessftml fashionable society
play with favorite aictors w% hose nam1ines
him'e ailways been vlos ly issoviated
with :cined comndy of social iif.. Th
n w ; lay w\ hich is to be presented is
enti .letd ".\1 Dater-le-La.," the
tItles of whib elearly indicat,es tLhat it.
deals wit h domestic affais. A i arro
gant mot.her-inl-law, Arom 110 other ap- f
parem --nt, r.son than womanish jelIou.sy,
takes a violent dislIkre to her p)retty
daughter-'I-lawI (and conspi1res In va
rious ways to show her' up ill'an unen
viable aund everP miore' seious light to
her son, hopI ig thereby to cause a sep
ira'tion01, in ordier tim catrry01 or mair ital
schemnes sh . ha't in view for her son.
The younog womanm, hiowevt r, is very
bright and menitally alcrt, individual
and1( by her cleverness easily3 outwits
the (elder'ly dlame in the end1.
This brief refere'nce tom the theme of
theI plaiy SOunditis mathier serious,hi bt, in
its treaL' to en it, proves far diife renlt. l
is t,borm ug hly hutimoirous from hegi n
n ig to cetd, and tihe comp11llinionls and1
sit uat 14ons areI mo1st, amsi 1n g. 'The im
logulie is gencialt1ly br-ight1. and( wvitty.
Tihe locality.3 of the play13 is among the
thorough ly refi ned and up-t,o-dmte elev
er people. Time various ebiuantrs are
unusallyI3 Interesting andli strongly In
'Thle aLction .ttakes p'aen in home scenes
that are' e xcIedingly3 din1ty' and hmantd
soinely stagedl. Th'ie three iterior set,s
being splendIdly arranoged its any1 t,hinig of
its kinid ever 121en oin the stamge, the en.
tire London prod uct ion having been1
broulght, over to lbhIs coun try, even to
the minulitest, accessories. 'The w.omein
are al1 v'ery mlodishI aml t,he gowns
worn are untisual ly han:dsome, those of
MiIss (onver and- 10( Mr's. Idai JefTreys
Good friend lartliularly bmeing exquiis.
itely dainty in style, color and flishl.
The play was (one of the mmoist pro0
nlounceed faLsh ionabile suIccesses In IL n
donm last season01 anid when subhsequtently
priodluced at the L. ceum i TJheatrie, New
Y'ork, it rnan for over li va imonths it
Is a faricicalI comedy written to prm duce1
latughter by le.gitlmat" methods, I nge'
n ious iniv !nti on, ind( arti sti c p. rt,rayal.
A Deep Mystery.
It i's a nmystery why womn endutre
flackachie, Ii 'daichie. Neroutsness,
Sleepiessnmess, Mehencmholy, Failutmin1g
tamd 1)1izzy' Mpmlls whn thmouisands ha ~ve
prove I thmat EIPl lint le itIers will
(juicOkl y cirt such1111 troubles. 'I suiffered
for years withI kliney trouil ,'' wrItes
Mrst Ph1iebe (Chc-rley, of P1eter-n, I a.
"and1( a lanme h11ek1 paItined me so I couI'd
nt d ress imyself.. buiit INeOt.rhi! liItter.i
whmol ly mured me, and, alt houg~h 73
yeatrs old, I now am mahte to do amlI mmy
h -uswo (k;." It overcomies C~onst Ipa
tlion. I rm proves A ppet Ite, gi ves pierfect
heli ih. Onmly 50c mat all d ruggists.
THE RISER MILLI-'
NERY CO. has moved
into the store recently.
occupied by Peihams
China Hall. They in
vite all their friends to
visit them at their new
stand.
Watch this space next
week for the bargains they
will be offering.
8051F, LEAMILATIVN MATTER4.
Tho Labor of Chiltroi in itos Faet,rten
Tho U4,411mitrlating Matte,r.
[Thle State, janl, 1.j
The work of org.iizatioi has been per.
fected inl the louse of Reptesentatives.
Unlike the meibers of the last general
aIsse'llbly, tlie legislators do not give evi
dence of anty wild desire to introduce new
bills. It is tre tiat 6- bills and joinit
resolutions have beeti presented, bit this
ioes not approxitnte the record of the
last house.
Very little real leg.slaton will be accom.
plished this week. The session today
will not be prolifle of iiactionl, and the
iinaugurIation, the election of certain oli
ers and other diversions will occupy the
im1e of the joint asseinbly two or three
lays this week. Tuesday night the inein
'ers will attend the reception at the club.
N\otliing has yet been heard from Scatter
vood Alliance No. 5.
A great fight is expected over the biil to
rolibit child labor inl Cottot inills This
>ill wns introduced by the Aikei delega
iotl anmd was referred to the conmnittee
)I comtunerce atid mannifactures. It is
lxpected that the conaittee will report
"tv1mbhy on the bill.
Antother itportanit measure which has
>eel broujit to the attentio of the house
s M r. Jolh iP 11. Thotnuas' bill to provide
or a coum1111v solicitor There is some ob
ec,iol to this bill on tle part of soile
vlo have urged that the niunber of judi
-ial ch-cuCits be increased front eight to
0t.
Tbe sale of ine State fa ins is auother
luestion wh*ch wIl g'.ve 'he legislators
to little onpo Litility fo. airilng views.
-ome rode ihis holby tin.ougli the catn
>:i. It is one liing lo ay that the
.ns sho11d be sold, and anothier thing
o get an ndivAlnal to bay the land at its
ihoper valtiation. For it is reclaimed
roi .0e Watece b dikes, and convict
',boe is vriuale ina keeping up these eii
a'1*"a1. its. Oin tle o!Ier hanI the peo
)le (?' '.he Sta e a-e denaiding better
i41w-s. JiusN wi.hi't t'e pIst few years
ma tl''s bee'i an i IdIS.:7 of the State,
11)(d tue elmle ets have been so en
O i: I t SOme1C people would employ
ilc'i , C Celh tho.e rentenced for
. . s, in e -'( i' pe. 1111'teut eoultit.y
o.d- The coak 'c s who P,c seiteiced
) 'e cotild be ': ed onl ic., by farills,
ld ' v;o:;C s' S 'e I 'C ilace, LOi tist
Iol':-I to provr.ion the p'a:tentiary,
Nie Ie n of coiv: a to illdividuals is
>eco.ing ve y ob)jecZ;otabe
Tlie reamit'gettictt of congressional
is,o lets m1ay oece'sion a big fight at thiis
e-ion. Wnen the hIte Mr. 11. C. 'at
.i plihcd his bill, urging that tie pres
tint "shoc-s<. ing" dis' Itiets were unmeces
!it) an iiconveiient, it was urged by
lie opposiLion tbat it were best to wait
inti after the census Iw-0 been taken.
Not oily has the census been taken,
mit the lower house of the national coIt
re.s hei passed the Hui:.th bili which,
kltiouIgh it will not iiterfere w,ilth South
;Irolina's represelitation, presclibes that
Al coingre-sioial districts must be coin
)act and of contignons territory. The
ight will not be oin the question of re
listricting, but on the shtaping of these
listricts.
T1hie seven dlistricts of this State are
ach formied of cotiguous territory, but
ire not compact, and the peole emi
>raucedl are not homogenuouis. The p)eo
>he of Chesterfield, for ianstance, have not
ntuch in commton with the p)eop)le of
'hieiokee. The people of the sandhills
>f Richiland know little of the people oIf
'lassy Mounttaini in Greeinvlle. These
log "'shoe-stiitg"' d istricts were fortned
inder th.e systemi of gerrynmanidering
nadte niecessaryI) ini order to overcoane
dack inajorities int the lower tier of couin
.ies, but the necessity Ihas passedl away
ituder the exisitinog suffrage laws anid the
Burleighi bill says thle districts miust be
:ompa)fct.
It is high'y probable that the matter
u'ill be dlisposed( of at this sessionm, for it
,vill thaeii be bitt li .tle over a year umntii
lie next pruiary campl~aign andt aispiranits
ror congressional honaors will want timie
ni wh ichi to set t hei ' sails.
The P'atton bill, it is said, will be the
basis upjoni which the redista ictinig will
b)e made. I loweveri, although th is imeas
ire mts re<ptiremenits so far as thec
.goup)lg of .er, ito.y and p)eoples is coni
:'ernedt, it can be impilrovedl uponi in get.
ting dis'.ricts mtore necarly balaniced ini
pop)ulationi.
Under the Burleighi bill the unit of rep.
resenttatiott in the lower house of con-.
gress will be one miemuber for approxi.
mnatehy co'ch 593,500 in popiulaitioni. The
entire p)opllationi of South Carolinia ik
1,340,316 anid this Statec will retain lieu
sevoen representatives.
The followiing shows the p)lani proposed
hy the late Mr. P'attona, and( the tota'
popuation of each district shows thait
soime of the groupJ igs siiggestedl by lhin:
fall short or the required 195,5(00, whlil
others are considerably itn excess.
Pee D)ee dis1 rict: The counltie.s of Marl
boro, Chesterfield, D)arlington, Marion
Florence, H orry. Totail populationt 167,
447.
Santee: Georgetownl, Williamsbutrg
Charleston and lierkeley. Total 172,991
IEdisto: OJranigeburg, Ifarnwell, Blam
berg, H amupton, Iteaufort, Col letoin am
D)orchiester Total 221,442
WVatec ce: Fa it field, Kershiaw, R ichland
Siumter, Charemndon. Total 179,131.
Saludda: Edtgefieldl, Aikeii, Salud a, New
berry, Greentwood, Laurens, Lexingtonu
Trotal 206,446.
Keowee: Abbeville, Anderson, Oconec
pickens anud Greenville. Total 185,62;
Catawba: Spartaiiburg, Union, Vork
Chester, Cherokee and Lancaster. Tfote
2 17,031.
The general plan1 of the above districi
is accep)table, for the bill paissedl the lowi
house of the legislature two years ago ant
a few slight chiaiiges will rectify the di
crepncnle na tn nnnpulation.
Suich lltd"e pills as )eVitt's l,itlle
Ear' Itiselrs are vely vasily taken, anl
t.hey a- woiderfullY t-le t 'tv4% inl cleanms
in iv i tt. liv r a(: howels Gilderi's Co -
ler. 1)vIlg Store.
8om1o ilmn rise by t Iowi n)Wtl elforts,
whil(l otheS h)v to 1 vallod mov
eral titnes.
Thl Imerited rpu for einl
;piles, Sores anld I I eIses 1etpiired
bY DeWitt's \itch Ilazel Salve, lils
led to I he making kof worthlessounter
fi-its. li surv 41 Lgi'l O Il I)eW itt's
Salve. (Gi'der'; ( COIrner Iu Store.
The dititriial Imilnaier dovisn't
1101 to limw aist ronloily to (IhCov'
now titarm.
Cut this out. tItil take it to W . 1:.
'elalilil's dum. stolv and _ovt a free Simn
Ile o( f CanelImIll).1111n's Stimahell and
Iliver. Tabhlets. t.he bivhes 11hNsiv. They
al.() ur dism-td .r. .-f I'.h; s(IIIm IA lh.
iiIlus nv.s anid hiva iachv.
It 11111st hit, almi ittmi that. tm so.
(ial whirl tlrl*s out a gold many
gididy peoplh.
If IrOub IbI witi i leak \ i eti,
helching, Smour Stomach, Or if yOul fe l
dull tfte catinz, ty ( hIIIIIlin's
Stmahliv and Liver T1db1ls rvict,, So
el-nts. iumlpht-S free-( at \W. MI 'l' iam's
i sto .
Wo suppose postal cardH IL0 Itr
CInv0iIlc(, for pooplil who nim t4o bo
Out S1.lkmn.
Qual l ity, an I int quanskiltitY mak1dws DvI
V i let", l'i i l, Earl.\ I er . Iuch vIaI luiatb1b.
I tte Iv er I p ( ihil'1-4r 1jd15's ( n "r v r
WhN is ia kiss lik it aewspapilry
Becalust,i it is eIl, product of ai prfit(
ing proms. '
IliM n e for lo Iei r<ast or I 1 , I leeistm..
A Mt-'xiean War vt k,u'all mi proillt
n t ! nOr' writt' i : 'V-inIg 411t IdVer
lisc n t, lit (of ('lit bIa''1tld 's (' it ,
' 'h -11it Rlt and I it ' L I " ('11mCd y. I amIl
W1m1n011- 1 111a0 " , . illN \ -l. O ill
A7 aid '-, I COnteI'dI,i lXIIMa dir'
I it ; It'd 1 b1;0 remlldy hals kept mie
froil g iir an1 l u irI) ill lly p)-:
Sion for n v r.\ iul.%na0 it dOSV Of it,
res t.e m1w I t is oim'ulilb-d aI s a
(itick cure fOr' t i hLlo (V .1r,a1, iS IplVilSatt
id Sae to t lakc. I sahl. hy V. 1-*.
It's awfill t(hing to h 11n1rried to
at kiive, 1bu1111 Irath ir. bvtolr I lhan to at
fool.
(1%4 P1111134i 4:lt~ 111C9-- W11MI011 SI. SI104
A11( eiI Prm i . chIaP'., woma. V ( peak1s. (1'
ro f. l lx. Ty. r.4 f ('hiay. I-, Vi
in speaiking of ("oughl -lieedy, "ays:
'I silfer18d wit,h1 i s(nvern. cold this winl
rwhich thr-cau-nedl to r unl inao p-lil
molt, I f ,rieli l 1en -r1m OS b t,
I semlned 1, 1 ,1- %w wm-w, alill Ihw 114-di
cine upse' my1.\ s;omach. A I'rienil wl
ViSed meW t , I \,y ('hambeIlOW I-lrlai'S ('()tughl
R0temedy. anId I NMund it. Wats p)''e)Sant "(o
la anll. it. reliv (1d1114. m 1 onle. I mil)
now ent.i-tely .lcoverl.4d, Savi'd a4 doctor's
hill, H11t1,m 1 n1d ( 11uLi 11_1, and110 1 Will
ntevv. h! wilimo thi..; .;I1141p4lid mlledi
(Aie agfati." or s11e(by W. N, lIhm1il.
iThe ins and i utotamans if
are 1i lage4 ly contrlld byIL11g the ot.
\Vheni tlOhre:itened by4i1) pneum.onja orl
ahy oI her14. 041ng fouble,45( t.lmpt rel,(ief
(4ay.31 We 1( o ld sugge4(t, l.h 11t On) .\(tlin
ute oI lgha ~ C r le ak 118 011n as in
(Xiced.' (ii. cue. <I t ickly(84 1 and its( l1arly
CJorner44I lig Sce.
Tvhe facto004ry gl hand may inug in111 1
song, ullroos to kno1k0of
wihl a whit0l.t1iV4hLl1( 4X4
hisog eon I' 't,herSera larg deathi
lun I1troublesN. I'rompit54, .Io wil ave
I,h litled4' ones1 fro:s elrie dcis
esl Weli kno ofI noti hing441 so cetain
Cough Cure I 1. I101(4 (41enn flor relyiepon
in41 grVepe fnd ll (Ifhroat,(41 an lunglt,r.ub
gIes Iadul 1 llasant 4V'Io tak ile rx
: Corner' (iruc S t. o'e
Ther verago man-4 51 resemb1les a11
rience of MI(r. 'et,e fherm of N(orthI1
I 'tun-ered) ((or4)54 1re frm roie ind1ijos14)
(4,11on, O but ' Kod ( I)spVsi ure made isi
e (a4nots certai euro( fore dysepsh1it
tndevr florm I of Istomanth 1,r)uble. 111
giv estrlief t ( onc It .v)04n in44 thet worsi
caes, antIhd (nn' help,. h, 18 you goo1 t
Gilder'. onrIrgSoe
philoophr,"i'der' Annualin
M'roswosferft minng es.o
(Ifno N ewty toC. l long he 1usei
nouish tf4he boladethe prodct, Nwe
811e blood (It is(imortant01 focre ino L
d08 igs,of ashoo asbi possibl, and frthi
bet1mel(thod1 (of dingI ths l)s1tol us th
strsl the. direstive organslfl' topor
fet hahGlder 'sil 1e~ Ctrner D 1'lrur
- Stock olderJ NA nn uale
ofeNewbery 2.7C, w1000. el a t
Marjorlo's Excuso.
"Oh Alarijoie, if yot wuld be good
.or jlst one hot'r!" sighie<l iother.
"Yoll tire Ite with your ittgttiIess;
I wvish youl wolithd not hothier."
"IaIituIIi. I cin tI lIelp it;
I'11 r-eally N.lot to b u e
A\al if you'll harlk a iniute,
I'll tell yilu how it etie.
"Te h;l a chickei w ishbonie
I Ie got inl the <Isht
I wishedi I couli he on l; it rwoke
Anti Te<dly got the wish "
Oultlool:.
Opening of Books of
Subscription.
STA i*l', OF' St W lil I'A It >1,1 N.\.
('t iw' (' N . , .. : v, {
1j'''RSUANT 'I A ' ' ' S'I N
I-Sued to the u t h - itm ; IIIo
porattor.4 bY Ni R1. C owqr, 'itIcri" WV tit
Sktt, on tho four ltc4q.t i it %.,If ,hu Inm1aoIy
(lot-ie is hiercth. giveniI ti'al hot-l's it
subscript)t thil;t' cal1 s (Ick Wf tOhe
Nowberry .-t, ua i r; 1 ' C w:11 1,i
tq -nedi at ih , ollicc ipf I.. I A, i it th
L.own oft Newbrwry, . i e and tiany
at fo''.th JuIaIrI t III U; it; a.
II. Tio' hni tiropsmtl 4.i p; it on \ I'
it . ia capital itk of i Il I -I i n ti
1 2', shia; es of tije it w valuti it, ti (.{ i
ach i, w hit is plilepa! ph%ive of 1),I,i
ie!-s at Nowii ev, S. 1 , ait w' I ti
Ci j w i 11 P ",(III. !t, engligv il (it I'enwc?l,
liundlry hosinvil,.
. A Cati l,
I I. S. {Iight mtire,
1. I t hI wIs(t%uf,
I 'I Ii ,\vnt,,
Administrator's Sale of
Personally.
1 J R et A N ' '10 ( i i l i I , I
(C(Iurt, we w vi I ei'l aIt, I. la l e4 re -
(11-li e of .Jacob -;. IStui tse , diwth -cta . in
lit , Town (if IN(h, -w lrey, N ' . n ( it .
.day, t.he(, first " y I,\II01 .i liron y, hil, till
001r1n1111 111 opurt litf siht h-: , I nI
stiIII, of hlousehohtl andl kI\t chwn Ie t, -
,itre, & t.
Terils of Salt --( '.I-.
F''.\ N NIl" t'. II'SSII.1.,
Rt. 11 ltUi.-RlA-;,
AIhIII'x ail Ati lm'r l .lacb S I. lsst-,
Strayed or Stolen.
iN It IW N l \ i Ni ' I,
Itbolit, six yl-IuS 11b4, haIS wart:. ill
loft, e ti ti ont telL hinI a 1kh.
left, t.ahle .la'i l ii, at nightL riln
ntiar G F'red iu's It- *nah!i r
ward,( for. recov.-IY
It. I >W . I Il ItT .
COME
And See the Line of
Dress Goods
We are displaying now.
SKIRTINGS,
WAIST GOODS,
FLAN NELS,
WOOLENS,
SILKS, etc., etc.
We are right Up-to
Date.
We can please the
most fastidious in style
and the most economni
cal in price.
We have, as always,
the best linings on the
market,
CORSETS, GLOVES,
and NOTIONS of all
kinds.
OUR
Millinery Department
1s3Complete
and we can build alove
of a hat to match any
suit.
Our New York Milli
ner, Miss McLaurin, is
thoroughly posted in
all the latest ideas.
Do not forget our
Shoe Department.
The largest line of
SHO ES inthe city. See
our Bargain Counter
sure. Come and see
us. Yours truly,
MowerCo.
0
Bear. the lh8 inld You Hav8 AlWayS Bought
.Signature 'A L~
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